GALLIPOLIS — At the request of the Gallia County Farm Bureau, the Gallia County Commissioners proclaimed March 15-21 as National Agriculture Week countywide to coincide with National Ag Day on March 18.
ATHENS — Keith Wandell and Samuel Crowl will serve as Ohio University's 2015 undergraduate commencement speakers.
OHIO VALLEY — The Parkersburg Area Community Foundation and Regional Affiliates is accepting scholarship applications for the Women's Opportunity Fund – Linda Culp Memorial Scholarship.
GALLIPOLIS — A Gallia County man was handed the maximum prison sentence under Ohio law Tuesday for his role in a series of burglaries last summer
GALLIPOLIS — Good Times 4-H and the Wednesday Night Pinsplitters will be conducting the fourth annual Bowl for the Cure, a charity drive aimed at supporting local cancer patients.
GALLIPOLIS — A Gallia man was sentenced to one year in prison Tuesday for violating conditions of his probation after pleading guilty to possession of drugs and attempting to hide drug paraphernalia from a law enforcement...
MARIETTA — The Ohio Department of Transportation District 10 was awarded two Quality Asphalt Pavement Awards from Flexible Pavements of Ohio, an association for the development, improvement and advancement of quality asphalt pavement...
WASHINGTON — Federal income tax refunds totaling $1 billion may be waiting for an estimated one million taxpayers who did not file a federal income tax return for 2011, according to officials withi the Internal Revenue Service.
NEW HAVEN, W.Va. — Miss West Virginia 2014 Paige Madden of Moundsville made her first appearance Monday in Mason County when she spoke about violence and bullying to about 500 students at New Haven Elementary School.
GALLIPOLIS — The Gallia County Artisan Market will host its first St. Patrick's Day Cultural Parade to celebrate the holiday, local art, culture and promote sponsoring organizations in an act of communal fellowship.
ATHENS — State Wildlife Officer Allen Patton has been assigned as the new state wildlife officer in Athens County, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
GALLIPOLIS — The following are summaries of publicly available records from Gallipolis Municipal Court. Not every case that came for a hearing on any given day is recorded. The following cases are either final after a trial (pending the...
RIO GRANDE — The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College, in partnership with Fruth Pharmacy, has announced the Fruth Pharmacy Technician Scholarship.
BOSTON — Niles Carroll Elliott, 19, son of Doug and Debbie Elliott, of Mudsoc, has earned Dean's List distinction at the Berklee College of Music in Boston for the fall 2014 semester.
GALLIPOLIS — Holzer Health System continues to conduct clinical research studies.
GALLIPOLIS — The Spot-Free Car Wash on Eastern Avenue caught fire early Saturday afternoon.
OHIO VALLEY — An English proverb, first sited by Thomas Fuller in his 1732 compendium, describing typical March weather states: “The month of March usually starts with cold, unpleasant weather, but ends mild and...
OHIO VALLEY — Ohio Weekend at the National Fire Academy will be June 5-7.
GALLIPOLIS — The City of Gallipolis plans to operate on a $17.99 million budget in 2015.
GALLIPOLIS — Folks on both sides of the river could be seen Friday pulling out their cell phones, snapping photographs and recording video of the Ohio River.
RIO GRANDE — The Gallia County Republican Party will have its annual Lincoln Day Dinner on March 17 at the University of Rio Grande Dining Hall.
GALLIPOLIS — Due to recent weather, CED, Jim Herrell of the Gallia-Lawrence-Meigs Farm Service Agency wants to remind producers of the current livestock program available.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Forensic science students from Marshall University are sponsoring a 5k run March 28, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Branches domestic violence center in Huntington.
ATHENS — In a rapidly changing global economy, harnessing the creativity of the next generation is a critical skill.
GALLIPOLIS — State troopers covering Gallia and Meigs counties arrested more than 240 people during all of 2014 for impaired driving, according to statistics provided by OSHP office in Columbus.